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Michael B. Jordan in red State Farm polo

In one of Saturday Night Live's funniest commercial spoofs in a while, host Michael B. Jordan portrays an absolutely unhinged Jake from State Farm who attends to a family's home and auto needs. He's there when you need him...24/7.

Things come to a head when the father, played by Mikey Day, begins to realize that Jake from State Farm is spending way too much time with his wife and his kids. He buys the family dinner while dad is at work, teaches the daughter the piano, and he even brings them to church. Things take a dark turn fast as the dad slowly realizes he's being replaced by Jake from State Farm and it gets even darker from there.

While drunk, Day heads to a bridge, drunkenly singing “Like A Good Neighbor, State Farm is There.”

“He took everything,” he says, before attempting to jump over a bridge.

Then, out of nowhere, he is saved by insurance mascots LiMu Emu and Doug, from Liberty Mutual. The End.

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